What information overload actually is
2. Leaving meaning behind
Just as every society in history has used examples, stories and metaphors to communicate higher-level ideas, so professors use a series of secondary points, examples and demonstrations to make the content come alive for the learner. It’s what they do best.
Unfortunately, our typical way of dealing with lots of information is to try and get down ‘the facts’; those bullet points we think will best help us understand and remember the content.
As a result, students typically leave the examples and analogies behind, meaning all that rich detail and fuel for the imagination is lost. So, though you’ll probably get the surface-level points, they might not be much help without a key to understanding them later.
Dealing with the problem
Your learning delivery system
Organizing what you’ve captured
Refining the material
Integrating notes into your studies
CORI is your 4-step antidote to information overload.
It’s a process we’ve developed to help you navigate lectures effectively and improve your learning.
By following these steps, you’re taking control over a situation that can leave you feeling powerless.
It’s the best help you can give yourself in the classroom. And you can try it for free.
Want to learn more?
If you are a student, industry professional or DSA business we would like you to get involved. We’re always looking for feedback and ‘Student Champions’ for Remtek Students to improve the student journey.
If you have advice or information that could be useful to students get in touch today. Contact Danielle at email@example.com.
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